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Uncertainty
     

Uncertainty

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by Abigail Boyd
 

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Last year, Ariel Donovan's life was shattered. She lost a friend, a love, and her sight into the afterlife. She's only beginning to move on, facing a summer without school as a distraction. Then she dreams of the mysterious Dexter Orphanage again, the place where all the trouble began. She decides to follow through on her dream, and her discovery turns her life upside

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Last year, Ariel Donovan's life was shattered. She lost a friend, a love, and her sight into the afterlife. She's only beginning to move on, facing a summer without school as a distraction. Then she dreams of the mysterious Dexter Orphanage again, the place where all the trouble began. She decides to follow through on her dream, and her discovery turns her life upside down, for the second time.

With the unlikely return of an old ally, Ariel begins to unravel the web of deception in the small town of Hell. She learns that her grandmother may have seen what she saw, and finally discovers the trail to the truth about what happened to her best friend Jenna. When Henry Rhodes comes back into her life unexpectedly, she realizes that she just might need his help to stay sane.

Because the ghosts are real.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014276979
Publisher:
Abigail Boyd
Publication date:
03/23/2012
Series:
The Gravity Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,093,137
File size:
573 KB

Meet the Author

Abigail Boyd began writing stories as a kid on dark and stormy nights. She was born and still lives in Michigan with her husband and the haunting cries of three rambunctious children. Her influences include Stephen King, Veronica Mars, and lots of processed sugar. She wishes that time had a pause button.

Uncertainty is the second book in the four part Gravity Series. The last two books, Luminosity and Velocity, will be released on November 24th, 2012. For more information, feel free to visit me online at

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Uncertainty 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I actually kind of liked this book better than the first.... It is shorter and fast-paced, but it isn't repetitive which I enjoyed. With that I do recommend reading Gravity first, it will help set up the series. Jenna has a bigger role in this book; not to my liking since she's a brat, but you do get a good grasp of Ariel's anguish with having to see her ghost. I don't like how character development is lacking in this series. If someone says something or acts a certain way, it's just brushed off and ignored. For example, the rich kid poor kid excuse, which is thrown around frequently. Ariel and Jenna's ghost relationship is about as deep as it gets in this one. This book didn't have as much suspense and surprises as the first one. But it seems like a lot of secrets were kept hidden. I will probably continue the series so I can find out what the Thornhill Society is all about.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was even better than the first. I can't wait for the third book.
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sailor_moon More than 1 year ago
There was no revelation, the ending was too soon and nothing was accomplished. It started well but ended weakly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book has a complex plot yet still is easy enough to figure out.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a page turner cant wait to read the rest
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great series
TeddyRN More than 1 year ago
I read the first book and automatically purchased the next three in the series. This is an awesome read. Helps, of course, to start with Gravity. I am looking forward to reading more by Abigail Boyd, she really can tell an excellent story while making you feel that you are right in there! Thank you!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book costed 3 bucks and only has 200 pages. But its still good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scoshie More than 1 year ago
YA author Abigail Boyd's follow up novel to Gravity is a great read. She seems to have hit her stride with the on going angst of teenager, Ariel. It's now the end of the school year and Ariel is heart broken over her loss of Henry's love and friendship. Thanks to her best friend, Theo she is dealing much better with the death of her childhood friend, Jenna. Only now Ariel is seeing Jennas ghost who doesn't want to believe she is dead. Now Ariel has to not only deal with trying to keep her parents from seeing her talk to ghosts, she has to deal with their fear of the escaped murderer who tried to kill Ariel. I cannot wait for the next book to find out what is going on in the spooky town of Hell, Mi. Great way to spend the afternoon in the sun
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first book is realy good if u like a page turner. It has something for everyone- romance mystery and trill. A must have for both. Make sure you read book1 first.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just type in Gravity by Abigail Boyd
Smellyhiker More than 1 year ago
This second book is a bit darker. There is a lot of very genuine emotions being portrayed realistically. This may mean some readers may not relate and see a slower pace as a turn-off. I felt this was genuine. Gravity introduced us to our main characters and this continues. The broader picture arises and we see even more originality unfold. I found myself almost shouting out loud BAD IDEA ARIAL.. but we must live vicariously. I look forward to the next book. Suitable for as low as pre-teen. Enjoyable reading. Page turner. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Search the author's name or look in other books by the author
Kimberly_15 More than 1 year ago
I was excited to start after the ending in Gravity. Like Gravity( if you read my other review.) This book was longer than needed, not its a long book but like I said in my review of Gravity there were a few scenes that could have been cut out. Like in Gravity ( sorry am I comparing the books too much?) this book also had a lot of twists in the book, they kept me reading but there were parts that lagged. Theo is a great friend and a great character. In the first book I thought Hell was a very cliched town but I'm starting to like it and it's history. All the relationships in this book was believeable, both Alex and Theo's, Henry and Ariel, and Ariel and her parents.This book had a lot more about Jenna, which was good. The ending was nice. Like Gravity, this book had a lot of spelling and grammar problems that the distracted me.
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I like this book. Not as much as the first one. But this was a great bopk
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
hey, b&n, where is book 1?